There are few people taking more pride in Huddersfield’s current success than Leroy Cudjoe. For a man born and raised in Huddersfield and having the honour of representing his hometown team on hundreds of occasions, Cudjoe would have been happy to witness the evolution of Ian Watson’s Huddersfield as a supporter, you sense. And the…

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